Lab Work Analysis

Announcing a new client service – Lab Work Analysis!

Available to new clients with lab results from within the last 3 months. This $185 service is designed to provide the tools you need to optimize your health from home, on your schedule. Our experienced health practitioners will analyze your lab work and prepare a 90 day plan to support your health goals.

Here’s what to expect:

  1. After you purchase your lab analysis through our website, you will be directed to complete two additional:
    1. Schedule your Lab Analysis by emailing the office at [email protected] or calling 858-259-6000. Please remember the date you schedule your lab analysis is the date on which your practitioner will review your file, not an actual consultation time, so don’t be concerned if that time fits in your schedule or not.
    2. Complete your forms and send lab results. You will receive a link to Nutri-Q where you’ll find and complete the 4 Lab Analysis intake forms. Please email your lab results to [email protected]. Please email .PDF files only – NO IMAGES, PLEASE! (*You will receive a confirmation of payment via email. This will also contain the link to the Nutri-Q forms if you do not complete this step before exiting the website.)
  2. Within 7-10 business days of your assigned date, your practitioner will send you a 90-day nutritional protocol that will include dietary, supplement and general lifestyle recommendations to support your health goals. You will also receive a price estimate of any recommended supplements.
  3. Once you approve the estimate, your supplements will be shipped to your doorstep and you can begin your new protocol!

*In order to minimize the cost of this service, we do not offer email or phone consults with our practitioners for this particular package. As with our other consultation fees, supplement costs vary and are not included in the $185 service fee.

*To ensure the best possible care, clients with more than 2 medically diagnosed conditions or currently taking more than 2 prescription medications should book a one-on-one consultation, not a lab analysis


For more information and to learn what labs are required, read our Lab Work Analysis FAQ.

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